As the Crimean crisis deepened over the course of the week, the question of economic sanctions came more and more to the fore. But what are the consequences if European leaders decide to go down that route? We're joined by Eliziveta Donnery, from the Irish Russian Business Association, and Chris Weafer, an Irish economist based in Moscow.
With Seachtain na Gaeilge in full swing and events taking place all over the country, we sent our reporter Orla Rapple to Co. Waterford to find out what it's like to run a business using the Irish language.
The role of Irish women in the labour movement, both here and abroad, is very rarely discussed. However, this evening as part of International Women's Day, one of these influential women, Rosie Hackett, will be recognised at an event in Liberty Hall. Labour historian Francis Devine joins us to discuss other great Irish female figures who fought for workers' rights.
This week, there were some positive figures released relating to female directors in companies, but the question of equality in the workplace is still a hot topic. To discuss the issues, we're joined by Louise Campbell, MD of Robert Walters Recruitment, management consultant Orlaith Carmody, and Sandra Hart from BNI.
When you think of investments, stocks and shares may immediately jump to mind. But professional violinist Joanne Quigley is hoping to attract investment of a very different kind. She desperately wants to get her hands on an antique violin worth £300,000. She joins us in studio.